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line dancing

a form of dancing performed by rows of people to country and western music
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LIFE is yankee doodle dandy for this group of line dancers who stepped their way to Texas and back.
lost her job as a chorus line dancer for Les Dawson after reputedly forgetting to put on her underwear for one performance?
She was an avid Line Dancer and loved vacationing at her beach house in York, Maine.
A LOTTERY-winning line dancer was today looking forward to pulling on her cowboy boots after undergoing knee surgery.
Judges at the auditions paired Pamela, who has been dancing since she was 14, with four-time world champion line dancer Eddie, from Alexandria, in Dunbartonshire.
After the Olivier Peslier-ridden winner had come home three lengths clear of Line Dancer, Pau-based Totain said: "I hope to run Gadz'Art at Aintree the day before the Grand National.
A LINE dancer has started a craze with a new routine inspired by South Shields.
She was an avid Line Dancer and loved to play cards with her family and friends and enjoyed traveling.
Line dancer Robert Glover, 18, from Bootle, is one of 20 selected from 80,000 who auditioned for Strictly Dance Fever on BBC1.
Line Dancer, runner-up to Glory Of Dancer in the Group 1 Gran Criterium at San Siro, Milan, in 1995, has been voted champion thoroughbred in Qatar.
But this is over a mile - the Tipperary race was a mile and three-quarters - and I fancy LINE DANCER to beat him.
And now I am a real line dancer and have got my belt and hat